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January 6, 2011

Himalayan Cataract Project's far-reaching work is profiled in Eye World magazine

Eye World, the magazine of the American Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgery, wrote a profile on the Himalayan Cataract Project which includes its successes in the Himalayas, and its branching out to Sub-Saharan Africa.

The reporter wrote of HCP's in-depth work — often in remote locations. Many of the nonprofit's accomplishments are due to the infrastructure HCP has worked to implement, the reporter said. "That's what HCP is really about — infrastructure, training, and education, not just fly-by visits in a vacuum. These doctors dig in, training local practitioners and leaving behind a legacy of cataract surgery excellence that continues to benefit the area well after the HCP team returns to their countries."

To read the article, please visit the Eye World website.

 

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